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Jasbe 11 116 England
1 Dec 2005 11:30PM
very nice shot, works well in B&W. Cheers, Jason

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paulcr 12 1.5k 9 Ireland
1 Dec 2005 11:32PM
This is lovely Ian. Had a quick look at yesterdays and yes this is better. Lovely presentation too. PAul
AdrianTurner 12 350 Wales
1 Dec 2005 11:51PM
Much prefer the composition of this one.

B&W really works when you have textures like these.

Adrian.
TeresaH 11 1.1k United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 12:01AM
I'd prefer a little blurring in the foreground.






















Smile Joking!!!
foxybrown 11 368
2 Dec 2005 12:18AM
the b&w presentation suits it well.
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 12:26AM
Haa haa Teresa : )

This is definitely much better Ian no distracting out of focus foreground in this one.

Jeanie
StevenHanna 13 296 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 12:38AM
Works well in B & W.

Steven
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digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 12:38AM
lol @ Teresa. Thanks everyone. I still like the other, though perhaps it needs a little less foreground rock, but this is definitely a more mainstream (sorry about the pun) composition. :0)

Ian
HarryStan 11 50 Australia
2 Dec 2005 1:06AM
Nice comp - classic 'S' shape, pleasing to the eye.
Had a look at the previous one, prefer this one.

Cheers
Alan
Westers 12 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
2 Dec 2005 1:08AM
Too busy to work in B&W, for me anyway.

There was nothing wrong with yesterdays composition apart from the foreground.
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 1:12AM
Thanks Harry

Ian the only difference with this is the foreground is not there. Thanks for the feedback.

Ian
StuartAt 11 1.1k 8 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 3:39AM
Much better. Great picture.

Stuart
sunshot 11 24 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 4:15AM
superb capture well done
conrad 12 10.9k 116
2 Dec 2005 5:13AM
LOL at Teresa! This really is better, Ian. I like it!

Conrad
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 5:31AM
Thanks Stuart, Marc and Conrad.

Ian
AngelaR 12 155 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 5:32AM
Wonderful
2 Dec 2005 6:33AM
nice bit of fine art.
geoffash26 12 2.5k United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 8:59AM
Prefer this over yesterdays Ian
Superb shot
Geoff
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 9:03AM
Thanks Angela, Chris and Geoff
marineview 11 77 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 10:36AM
Great outstanding picture Ian
Mary
colin 12 697 5 Scotland
2 Dec 2005 12:28PM
Almost abstract look to this, Ian. Very nice in B&W
Colin
MikeFisher 11 202 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2005 2:57AM
Prefer this one, very eerie in b/w

Glad to make it no.30

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Mike
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2005 3:01AM
Thanks very much Mary, Colin and Mike and cheers for the RC. :0)
suregork 12 33 1 Finland
3 Dec 2005 9:02AM
this looks much better than the previous.. fantastic shot..
beaniebabe 11 2.3k England
3 Dec 2005 6:20PM
lovely shot

thanks Angie x
stuwhitt 12 1.4k United Kingdom
4 Dec 2005 3:25AM
Very nice Ian, works well in B&W

Stu
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2005 3:58AM
Thanks all
4 Dec 2005 1:40PM
B&W really works on this great image
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2005 3:47AM
Cheers Ivana
tartanlady 12 58 Scotland
5 Dec 2005 4:57AM
Lovely water texture in this shot Ian, the B&W works well.
Louise
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2005 4:59AM
Thanks Louise
sputnki 12 10 Canada
5 Dec 2005 5:22AM
Yes, I like this better than the first version. I think experimentation is important tho! Points for trying something different! But blurring the foreground is tricky, it can disorient.

Doug
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2005 5:29AM
Cheers Doug. Even though I accept this is the more normal composition I still like the version with the out of focus forground, just in a different way.

Ian
54 luca 12 2 Wales
6 Dec 2005 10:35AM
Gteat composition - well suited to B&W. Really makes the scene. Much prefer this version.

Richard
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2005 10:55AM
Cheers Richard
hebdens 11 5
8 Dec 2005 5:41AM
stunning shot,perfect.
jan 1 12 12 Netherlands
8 Dec 2005 6:20AM
Good work, Ian.
Perfect scene, Wonder how it looks in colour.
Jan
park my ferret 12 1.0k United Kingdom
8 Dec 2005 7:46AM
nice image, works in b&w well
digicammad 13 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2005 2:49AM
Thanks all.

Jan the colours are quite subdued anyway.

Ian

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